- 1Adopt (a physical position) again: the dog has readopted a sitting postureMore example sentences
- I stumbled backwards a step then readopted my basketball blocking stance.
- After allowing the patient to re-adopt the neutral position, repeat two or three times, increasing the applied force slightly each time.
- Occasionally, scorpions would lift their pedipalps and pectines, reorient by moving forward or pivoting, then re-adopt the alert stance.
- 1.1Start to follow (a principle or course of action) again: the new government readopted many of the methods of the old regimeMore example sentences
- The British High Commission had a sharp increase in inquiries yesterday from whites seeking to readopt British citizenship following the violence.
- In 1959 the original title was readopted, under which it continues to appear.
- After reunification, the parliament decided to readopt Berlin as Germany's capital.
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- Its readoption is in no way a foregone conclusion.
- Eventually some of them would be used as sites for cathedrals and monasteries, but this seems to be more a matter of readoption than of any genuine continuity.
- Also remaining to be achieved is the readoption by the college of policies on academic freedom, tenure, and due process that are in essential conformity with Association-supported standards.
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